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8 songs Third Eye Blind’s Stephan Jenkins is listening to
8 songs Third Eye Blind’s Stephan Jenkins is listening to
In 1997, Third Eye Blind released their self-titled debut album, one that ultimately catapulted the band to mainstream success. Now, 25 years later, the group are commemorating those early days with their retrospective album Unplugged. In celebration of the momentous anniversary, Third Eye Blind are also gearing up for their Summer Gods: 25 Years In The Blind tour with Taking Back Sunday and Hocke
How Soccer Mommy’s new album Sometimes, Forever made her go bigger and bolder
How Soccer Mommy’s new album Sometimes, Forever made her go bigger and bolder
SOCCER MOMMY — AKA SOPHIE ALLISON — IS ONE OF Gen Z’s brightest voices, a 25-year-old beacon mining through a familiar world of industry apathy and internal, contradictory forces. On her new record, Sometimes, Forever, there’s a give-and-go between distance and desire, misery and joy; full-hearted ballads bleed delicately into thoughtful, doomy concertos. Allison pumps spark in...
Neck Deep, Ice Nine Kills and 8 other things you need to check out this week
Neck Deep, Ice Nine Kills and 8 other things you need to check out this week
Check out The Latest — for all the essential new music, tickets and livestreams you need right now. Neck Deep return Neck Deep are back with their first new music in two years, “STFU.” In the single, the quartet fall back on their pop-punk roots while capturing the dread that often accompanies online culture. The band also un...
Angels & Airwaves make their return with new album ‘LIFEFORMS’—listen
Angels & Airwaves make their return with new album ‘LIFEFORMS’—listen
Angels & Airwaves have shared LIFEFORMS with fans today, the group’s first album in seven years.  The 10-track album explores a range of topics mainly centered around interpersonal relationships. With purposeful lyrics and sonic influence from '80s artists such as Depeche Mode, LIFEFORMS is as intentional as it is emotional. Read more: B... Read More ...
These 10 performers demonstrate the enduring influence of Sparks
These 10 performers demonstrate the enduring influence of Sparks
Due to English director Edgar Wright’s (Shaun Of The Dead, Hot Fuzz) recent cinematic hagiography The Sparks Brothers, 2021 has become the year of Sparks. Variously described as “the best British band to come from Los Angeles,” “your favorite band’s favorite band” and “the greatest band you’ve never heard of,” it’s high time. After all, it’s only been 49 years since the ever-shifting...
These 12 B-side tracks from the ’90s were good enough to be A-sides
These 12 B-side tracks from the ’90s were good enough to be A-sides
Ever get into a conversation about a great song from the ’90s, only to be told it was never actually a single but a B-side instead? You’re flabbergasted and immediately begin pointing out that the band in question play the song live all the time, which is a clear indicator that if it wasn’t, at the very least, released as a single, then it’s absolutely a fan favorite that was included on one of th
13 iconic Marilyn Manson looks that defined his gruesome history
13 iconic Marilyn Manson looks that defined his gruesome history
Bending expectations of gender and humanity at every turn, Marilyn Manson has served some unforgettable looks over his 26-year career. Whether it’s the grotesque imagery from “Disposable Teens” or the mature creepiness from “Personal Jesus,” the God of Fuck has presented a new shocking persona and imagery with every album. In celebration of We Are ... Read More ...
These 20 songs from the ’80s left a lasting mark in the underground
These 20 songs from the ’80s left a lasting mark in the underground
The ’80s are usually looked upon in two different mindsets. The first is usually through the prism of mass-culture nostalgia from those who were there. The other school of thought was that the ’80s were a hotbed for creativity. Forget the songs that you were playing when your mom met your dad. How about ...
20 horrorcore albums that are better than your favorite scary movie
20 horrorcore albums that are better than your favorite scary movie
No, those are not death-metal album covers. Neither are the lyrics. Horrorcore, a subversive blend of hardcore hip-hop and horror themes, ventured into new territories in the past decade and continues to evolve. Horrorcore 2.0 features our favorite horror movie tropes while also embracing industrial, witch house, noise, trap metal, emo rap and art pop...

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